On August 7, 2017, the Ninth Circuit affirmed a several hundred thousand dollar penalty against a Phoenix, Arizona employer for violating several provisions of the United States Code related to an employer’s statutory requirement when hiring any and all employees: the Form I-9.» Read More
Employers must have a Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, for every person on their payroll who is required to complete Form I-9. All of these forms must be retained for a certain period of time. While the I-9 Update makes doesn’t make any material changes to the I-9 Instructions, it does make changes to the documents acceptable in support of Form I-9. » Read More
Last month, we talked about 1-9 requirements here.
This month, I was interviewed by The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel regarding I-9 Compliance.
Below is a more detailed description of I-9 requirements and steps a company can take to avoid inadvertent errors:
The I-9 form is required for every employee of the company, including its officers, executives or partners.» Read More
As you are probably aware by now, the Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”) requires employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all individuals hired in the United States after November 6, 1986. Employers are required by law to maintain for inspection original Forms I-9 for all current employees.» Read More
In the SEA M&A Liquidity Advisor Newsletter, I am discussing what business owners should know about I-9 audits.
Unless you’ve been hunting in the Outback for the last few years, you should be deeply aware of government’s concern regarding the employment of undocumented workers.
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